Createsend3.com

 
Latensy Flash Graph
 Usa, NY, New York
 Usa, Florida, Tampa
 Germany, Frankfurt
 Canada, Montreal
 United Kingdom, Gloucester
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 Usa, NY, New York
 Usa, Florida, Tampa
 Germany, Frankfurt
 Canada, Montreal
 United Kingdom, Gloucester
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WebSite Speed Profile

Site Speed Success Formula = good website latency + fast DNS lookup + high page load speed.
Site Speed Laboratory offers analysis of DNS Lookup speed & latency tests (ping) & Page Load speed for every website. Our analysis is based on data for May 25 2011. Since the first of July 2010 we carried out 23 tests from locations
for the main page of this website, the last of which were made about 22445 hours ago

Tests Summary

Latency Summary

DNS Summary

Page Speed Summary

Site Speed Laboratory Summary for this website

Location Ping Ping,
change
DNS Lookup DNS Resolve,
change
Page Speed Page Speed,
change
 Usa
27.50% of traffic
NY, New York 48 ms 34 ms 33 % 8.65 Kb/s 15%
Florida, Tampa 24 ms 37 ms 76 %
 Germany
6.90% of traffic
Frankfurt 108 ms 32 ms 20 %
 Canada
7.10% of traffic
Montreal 31 ms 12 ms
 United Kingdom
20.20% of traffic
Gloucester 101 ms 33 ms

Summary Widget

SiteSpeedLab Overall Website Rating for this website
Based on our speed test results table and considering features of the current webserver location (United states, Charlotte), we concluded
overall This website speed rank is 6. That means 6% of the sites from the Charlotte are slower for visitors than this website.

It is important to understand that you can't evaluate website speed without considering website audience location. You should evaluate the speed of the site considering location of your primary audience (visitors), and not just from abstract tests from various points of the planet. There is a chance that your website is quite slow for visitors from German but pretty quick for Australian users at the same time. Based on a primary audience location data Site Speed Laboratory maintains objective rating. Test servers located in the Usa and United Kingdom are more useful and important to Createsend3.com because the shares of each country are 27.50 and 20.20 percent respectively.

You should not overestimate the importance of the website speed factor. Google has more than 200 ranking factors and website speed is just one of them.

Website Latency (Ping Test)

Latency Tests

Check details on Ping Graph

Latency affects on the rate of exchange of network packets between the client (user's computer) and the webserver. The lower latency to webserver means the faster start of the processing of all requests to the webserver, and after all the faster page loading. According to our data the average latency to the web server is 62 ms (see details). Test was conducted from 5 different locations. Average latency rating of the website is good (61% websites are slower). For detailed latency stats from different locations, as well as time slices for a month, 3 months and 6 months and more visit Ping Test Graph. We also recommend to take a look at latency rating at the United states, Charlotte location. This will give you an idea about average latency values in the region. And the answer to the question of how good this result for the this website.

Latency History Graph

Compare Latency From
Usa
Germany, Frankfurt
Canada, Montreal
United Kingdom, Gloucester
The main purpose of the testing is a measuring the speed and rating the stability of the latency to this IP from around the world in comparison with sites of the region (the city).
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 Usa, NY, New York
 Usa, Florida, Tampa
 Germany, Frankfurt
 Canada, Montreal
 United Kingdom, Gloucester

Graph Legend

  • Maximum latency for current location, mouse over for the details.
  • Mimimal latency for current location, mouse over for the details (date, value, etc.)
  • Numbered vertical lines indicate the change of IP for the current site
  • Data Loss
Compare Latency From
Usa
Germany, Frankfurt
Canada, Montreal
United Kingdom, Gloucester
The main purpose of the testing is a measuring the speed and rating the stability of the latency to this IP from around the world in comparison with sites of the region (the city).
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 Usa, NY, New York
 Usa, Florida, Tampa
 Germany, Frankfurt
 Canada, Montreal
 United Kingdom, Gloucester

Graph Legend

  • Maximum latency for current location, mouse over for the details.
  • Mimimal latency for current location, mouse over for the details (date, value, etc.)
  • Numbered vertical lines indicate the change of IP for the current site
  • Data Loss
Compare Latency From
Usa
Germany, Frankfurt
Canada, Montreal
United Kingdom, Gloucester
The main purpose of the testing is a measuring the speed and rating the stability of the latency to this IP from around the world in comparison with sites of the region (the city).
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 Usa, NY, New York
 Usa, Florida, Tampa
 Germany, Frankfurt
 Canada, Montreal
 United Kingdom, Gloucester

Graph Legend

  • Maximum latency for current location, mouse over for the details.
  • Mimimal latency for current location, mouse over for the details (date, value, etc.)
  • Numbered vertical lines indicate the change of IP for the current site
  • Data Loss
Compare Latency From
Usa
Germany, Frankfurt
Canada, Montreal
United Kingdom, Gloucester
The main purpose of the testing is a measuring the speed and rating the stability of the latency to this IP from around the world in comparison with sites of the region (the city).
The chart will appear within this DIV. This text will be replaced by the chart.
 Usa, NY, New York
 Usa, Florida, Tampa
 Germany, Frankfurt
 Canada, Montreal
 United Kingdom, Gloucester

Graph Legend

  • Maximum latency for current location, mouse over for the details.
  • Mimimal latency for current location, mouse over for the details (date, value, etc.)
  • Numbered vertical lines indicate the change of IP for the current site
  • Data Loss

How to read the graph's data

This graph represents a detailed statistics of website latency. Periodical measurements give a complete picture of website availability from the different areas of the planet. Particular attention is given to the expansion of our testing servers around the world, in order to test the site availability and latency in those locations where most of your visitors are. Of course, the faster access to the site means users get content faster. It means less bounce (bounce rate) and faster ads delivering (and therefore better performance CTR, eCPM). This is even more important given the fact that we've detected Google Adsense ad network code on this site. Ultimately, the best availability of the site gives you an edge over your competitors. More information can be read on our page about the importance of the latency speed for the website speed up.

Compare Latency Statistic

Compare latency


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Our Servers
Usa
NY, New York
Florida, Tampa
Germany, Frankfurt
Canada, Montreal
United Kingdom, Gloucester

Dynamic of the Latency Changes for the website from various locations.

Location Last check 7 day change 1 month change 3 month change 6 month change
 Usa
27.50% of traffic
NY, New York 48 ms
Florida, Tampa 24 ms
 Germany
6.90% of traffic
Frankfurt 108 ms
 Canada
7.10% of traffic
Montreal 31 ms
 United Kingdom
20.20% of traffic
Gloucester 101 ms

Fragment of Charlotte latency speed rating table for this website

The table is constructed according to the data from the US datacenters

# Domain Compare Ping Provider
1. Ineedstorage.com 52 ms Charlotte Colocation Center, Llc
2. Storagelocations.com 52 ms Charlotte Colocation Center, Llc
3. Asuultserver.com 53 ms Access Integrated Technologies
... ... ... ... ...
58. Crazeegeekchick.com 62 ms Peak 10
59. Landjob.com 62 ms Peak 10
60. Createsend3.com 62 ms Orcs Web
61. Wildermuth.com 62 ms Orcs Web
62. Dorneypark.com 62 ms Peak 10
... ... ... ... ...
463. Asp.net 62 ms
6 % Loss
Orcs Web
... ... ... ... ...
1006. Idealtel.com
100 % Loss
Peak 10

Why the low latency is important with this site as an example

To display this website browser needs to download 4 objects. Though modern browsers use parallel connection now, we'll simplify the conditions and calculate the time spent by the browser for these sites in a single-threaded mode. Time required to establish HTTP connection only:
3 * website latency * website objects
+ preparation of the webserver response. Number 3 in the formula is a three phase of a TCP connection: sending a SYN request from the client to the server, sending ASK + SYN from the server to the client and the ASK sending from the client to the server. Though we can not calculate the time for a webserver response, the total time for sending and receiving requests for each of the object will be:
3 * 62 ms * 4 objects = 0 sec
Of course, modern browsers use several simultaneous connections to download content from a domain (from 2 to 8 at the time of writing this document). And in some browsers the number of connections can be set manually (Opera). But, if you impose these data on the first site Ineedstorage.com from the latency table for the city Charlotte, it turns out that the difference in time only for the sending and receiving requests to the web server could be: 0.12 sec. Sure, making such calculations must always take into account the audience site, and always make an accent on the fact that the server should always be so geographically closer to the primary audience as it possible. Also we recommend to pay attention to an article about importance of the latency on our site.

DNS Lookup Speed

Browser should lookup domain name and get IP address of the server (206.72.127.216) before downloading the page. We test DNS resolve for this domain from 5 locations. That's how we've got the average time of receiving IP: 0.03s (which is better than 100% of all sites). For more detailed stats look at DNS tests graph and DNS resolve page for United states, Charlotte location (Average value on the widget is an average DNS resolve time for websites hosted at the same location).

DNS History Graph

Compare DNS From Servers
Usa
Germany, Frankfurt
Canada, Montreal
United Kingdom, Gloucester
The main purpose of the testing is a measuring the speed and rating the stability of the latency to this IP from around the world in comparison with sites of the region (the city).
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 Usa, NY, New York
 Usa, Florida, Tampa
 Germany, Frankfurt
 Canada, Montreal
 United Kingdom, Gloucester

Graph Legend

  • Maximum latency for current location, mouse over for the details.
  • Mimimal latency for current location, mouse over for the details (date, value, etc.)
  • Milestones indicate the change of IP for the current site
  • Data Loss
Compare DNS From Servers
Usa
Germany, Frankfurt
Canada, Montreal
United Kingdom, Gloucester
The main purpose of the testing is a measuring the speed and rating the stability of the latency to this IP from around the world in comparison with sites of the region (the city).
The chart will appear within this DIV. This text will be replaced by the chart.
 Usa, NY, New York
 Usa, Florida, Tampa
 Germany, Frankfurt
 Canada, Montreal
 United Kingdom, Gloucester

Graph Legend

  • Maximum latency for current location, mouse over for the details.
  • Mimimal latency for current location, mouse over for the details (date, value, etc.)
  • Milestones indicate the change of IP for the current site
  • Data Loss
Compare DNS From Servers
Usa
Germany, Frankfurt
Canada, Montreal
United Kingdom, Gloucester
The main purpose of the testing is a measuring the speed and rating the stability of the latency to this IP from around the world in comparison with sites of the region (the city).
The chart will appear within this DIV. This text will be replaced by the chart.
 Usa, NY, New York
 Usa, Florida, Tampa
 Germany, Frankfurt
 Canada, Montreal
 United Kingdom, Gloucester

Graph Legend

  • Maximum latency for current location, mouse over for the details.
  • Mimimal latency for current location, mouse over for the details (date, value, etc.)
  • Milestones indicate the change of IP for the current site
  • Data Loss
Compare DNS From Servers
Usa
Germany, Frankfurt
Canada, Montreal
United Kingdom, Gloucester
The main purpose of the testing is a measuring the speed and rating the stability of the latency to this IP from around the world in comparison with sites of the region (the city).
The chart will appear within this DIV. This text will be replaced by the chart.
 Usa, NY, New York
 Usa, Florida, Tampa
 Germany, Frankfurt
 Canada, Montreal
 United Kingdom, Gloucester

Graph Legend

  • Maximum latency for current location, mouse over for the details.
  • Mimimal latency for current location, mouse over for the details (date, value, etc.)
  • Milestones indicate the change of IP for the current site
  • Data Loss

Compare DNS Speed

Compare DNS Lookup


vs

Our Servers
Usa
NY, New York
Florida, Tampa
Germany, Frankfurt
Canada, Montreal
United Kingdom, Gloucester

The table below shows the dynamic of the DNS Lookup speed changes for the website from various locations.

Location Last check 7 day change 1 month change 3 month change 6 month change
 Usa
27.50% of traffic
NY, New York 34 ms
Florida, Tampa 37 ms
 Germany
6.90% of traffic
Frankfurt 32 ms
 Canada
7.10% of traffic
Montreal 12 ms
 United Kingdom
20.20% of traffic
Gloucester 33 ms

Fragment of Charlotte DNS Speed rating table for this website

The table is constructed according to the data from the US datacenters

# Domain Compare DNS Resolve Speed Provider
1. Rojadirecta.com 1 ms Carolina Internet
2. Createsend3.com 29 ms Orcs Web
3. N9nedegrees.com 30 ms Carolina Internet
4. Wowace.com 31 ms Peak 10
... ... ... ... ...
1006. Madanimart.co.id 1892 ms Carolina Internet

Page Speed Test

Content-Type's Weights
 
 
Content-Type's Weights by Hosts
 
 
Downloading page itself is the final stage of the testing. Actually, this is the last stage, after which page is displayed completely for user. The download speed depends on many factors. Main factors are the following: the width of the bandwidth up to the domain, the number of simultaneous download threads, speed of the server, a distance between user and domain web server. Recent measurements have shown the speed of page download for this domain is 8.648Kb/s (which is better than 6% of all sites in this region). For more detailed stats check out report for Charlotte hosted websites.

 
 
 

Page Speed

Page Speed is a key factor in the website speed estimations (along with DNS lookup speed and website latency). Speed of the page loading, sophisticated subdomains usage for static content (images, css), optimized code (html, js), hosting on fast servers with good latency to its audience leads to good results and, ultimately, to a good website profitability.

While conducting tests we emulate a visit your website using the browser Firefox 3.5.6. Test results of the page loading listed in this table:

Pagespeed Flash Table

Ways to improve website performance

Once the document (website's main page) has been downloaded, we analyze it. It allows us to give webmasters some recommendations on how to optimize page load speed. We analyze the internal and external factors.

Enable GZIP Compression

This is a good practice to give the user content in compressed form. We've detected 2.45 Kb of content that could be compressed. By compressing content you can achieve the size of ~ 0.61 Kb (saving 1.83 Kb). This would accelerate the page loading speed and would positively impact the bandwidth savings in Orcs Web.
http://createsend3.com/. File size 2.45 Kb and you can save up to 1.83 Kb

Alternate text for the images.

As you may already know, search engine that indexes your pages, do not have eyes. And all content you are trying to display on your site is just HTML & CSS code, images, Flash, etc for the robots. It is It's extremely important to describe each of the objects more datailed using ALT, TITLE and other tags.

Our robot has determined that the createsend3.com page has 3 images, which has no tag ALT. Tag ALT is a text field, that specifies an alternate text for an image. But not only. Search engines consider this tag as a supplemental result for assessing the content of your page entirely. Do not ignore it!

For example your page has this code:
25.   <img src="/img/misc/confirmations/top.gif" height="8" width="580">
We recommend you use rich img code in that place:
25.   <img src="/img/misc/confirmations/top.gif" height="8" width="580" alt="credit card">


P.S. We used keyword for this image that seemed to us most important for your page. But you can go ahead and give to each of 3 images an ALT text. This problem requires responsible approach. No need to put the same text at alt tag of the all images. Imagine that the pictures do not show and try to make sure that users understand what is shown on the picture based on the alt tag

Using H1 tag

Show main content of the page clearly. One of the most important internal website ranking factors is the H1 tag. It's a title of the document and the most powerful keyword, actually. Our robot did not find the h1 tag on the page.

Use the TITLE for A tag

As we have already mentioned, search engine bots can not see the site like a people do it. They more focused on the descriptions of certain page elements. That's why we strongly recommend use TITLE operator in the "A" tag. This operator not only describes the page referenced by the page more detailed, but also takes part in the page describing. For example, you have the link on your website:
32.   <a href="javascript:history.go(-1)"><img src="/img/misc/confirmations/icon_added.gif" border="0" height="24" width="24"></a>
We suggest you to remake it in this way:
32.   <a href="javascript:history.go(-1)" title="email newsletter"><img src="/img/misc/confirmations/icon_added.gif" border="0" height="24" width="24"></a>
Of course, you can (and should) use more proper phrase instead of the "email newsletter" that describes the link javascript:history.go(-1).


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